Alyeska to deal with waterway threats
Work this summer will involve installing protections to keep shifting river, creek from exposing buried sections of oil pipeline
For Petroleum News
The operator of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline is seeking state approval for two projects to protect the line from shifting waterways.
One project will be far north, along the Sagavanirktok (Sag) River, with the other project at Sheep Creek near the south end of the 800-mile pipeline.
Both projects w....
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The Sag River project
The Sheep Creek project
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